'Fortnite Battle Royale' may be getting a new weapon

Ruben Fields
May 15, 2018

Epic Games is obviously keeping mum on any details right now, although if something new appears in Fortnite it's usually there for a good reason.

With Fortnite players now enjoying the chaos that the temporary addition of Thanos has brought to Battle Royale in a crossover event with Marvel's Avengers: Infinity War, a new mystery has also surfaced on the game's map, in the shape of a Lost-style hatch that's randomly appeared during the second week of Season 4.

After the new season started, Epic Games released plenty of new material for the "Fortnite" gaming community.

Many professional sports teams and players have publicly shown their love for Fortnite Battle Royale in recent months with the Milwaukee Brewers of the Major League Baseball playing the popular game on their jumbotron.

In other Fortnite news, Epic has added yet another dance emote.

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The current burst assault rifle in the game comes in white, green and blue but this new one will allow purple and oranges to drop.

Fortnite-mania is now taking over the world, with the battle royale version of the game undoubtedly the biggest in recent memory.

The burst assault rifle will become the first gun to have have colored-tiers which is probably something nobody saw coming.

SetToDestroyX have been the team to beat over the last week or two, and Epsilon managed it during game two of week four, closing the gap between first and second to a still enormous 20 points.

However, if the Bullpup Burst rifles are added to the game, players could lean toward wanting to have the legendary burst rifle in their inventory. It is expected this patch to contain intriguing content both for the BR players and Save The World as well.

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